It's dark night in 1884 when a torch-wielding mob pursues a nineteen-year old girl through a thick and unfriendly forest. Taking cover behind a stone well, young Callie Reiser barely ... See full summary »
Matthew James Gulbranson,
First I'm no writer, I can't spell very well, so don't send the grammar police after me. I was lucky enough to see the world premiere at Dragon Con 2012. I enjoyed the showing very much. I have never been into horror movies. I was given chills from the use of real, old photos in the opening of the film. You could feel the history in each one. This was my favorite part. The sound track was great, as was the cast. There are a few twist and turns that tie together in the end. When the DVD becomes available I will be adding this to my small collection of movies. It was a great introduction for me into the world of horror films. Be sure to look up Blood Fare Movie on Facebook.
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